From 1947 to 1951, Hank Majeski was a leading AL third baseman. His .988 fielding percentage for the 1947 A’s set a ML record. A two-time minor league batting champ, he established a record by hitting six doubles in a doubleheader, August 27, 1948, during his peak season (.310, 12 HR, 120 RBI). Following an off-year in 1949, he was traded to the White Sox, but he was reacquired by Philadelphia in 1951. Concluding his career as a backup in Cleveland, he replaced Al Rosen at third base in Game Three of the 1954 World Series and delivered a pinch-hit home run in Game Four.